Columbus State opened a food bank for low-income students; The Market was supported by Cardinal Health Foundation, which gave a $700,000 grant; Kroger and Wasserstrom provided in-kind support of grocery equipment.
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Adjusting Medicaid payments for social determinants of health would help address the broader social needs of children, according to a new report.
Our monthly enewsletter brings members the most current developments in education policy in the state and nation.
Northeast Ohio foundations are targeting funds more tightly;
‘Seen Unseen’ exhibit at Artists Archives in Cleveland highlights African-American artists, known and unknown supported by the Cleveland Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council.
Mike and Stephanie Reardon recognized by Wayne County Community Foundation for quiet philanthropy.
Playground dedicated at Quinby Park with funding from the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley’s William Swanston Charitable Fund.
Our monthly enewsletter updates members about Ohio and U.S. health policy developments
In Cincinnati last month for Philanthropy Forward ’19, we were thrilled to announce and applaud the 2019 Philanthropy Award winners. This year, we played videos that captured the winners’ accomplishments as well as statements from the nominators.
Philanthropy Ohio submitted written testimony on Sub HB 154, which would dissolve and replace all current academic distress commissions